Psychologist's tips on how to let go and move on in 2018
Bongani Bingwa speaks to clinical psychologist Hayden Knibbs about how to deal with changes you may face in the new year.
Metrorail woes deepen as vandalism intensifies
Metrorail central line services remain suspended as attacks on staff and vandalism of infrastructure gets worse by the day.
11-year-old Abriella Bredell raises R130 000 for Red Cross Children's Hospital
On Friday Bredell took a swim from Robben Island to Blouberg achieving her goal of becoming the youngest person to do it.
SANParks accused of not taking responsibility for the safety of hikers
This past weekend, hikers were attacked at St James Peak in Kalk bay. Police are looking for two suspects.
Delays continue to affect train commuters in CT
The rail operator has experienced a spate of incidents over the past week.
SA actor picks up top honours at Palm Springs festival
The Wound or Inxeba has faced some criticism for its portrayal of the secretive Xhosa initiation ritual but it’s won praise from movie reviewers around the world.
De Lille defiant over managing CT's water crisis
The DA's federal executive has ordered its city caucus to formally hand over leadership of the city’s drought response to Deputy Mayor Ian Neilson and mayco member Xanthea Limberg.
CT mountain attacks: Authorities had no safety plan, says group
Two men pretending to be hikers attacked nine people in the Silvermine Nature Reserve above Kalk Bay over the weekend.
Experts call for govt intervention to prevent bird flu outbreak in WC
Western Cape Economic Opportunities MEC Alan Winde has confirmed that no new bird flu cases have been reported since the outbreak in October.
Getting up, close and personal with singer, songwriter Nick Soul
Nick Soul chats about his lifelong passion and what it means to put your everything into the art of singing.
Blind 2017 matric learner honoured at awards ceremony
Pieter Jans Durr was one of two learners who received an award from the Western Cape Education Department for excellence despite barriers to learning.
Facebook to emphasise friends, not news, in series of changes
Mark Zuckerberg said the company would change the filter for the News Feed to prioritise what friends and family share.
Ryan fulfils a wish for Denis!
When Arlene wrote on Ryan's FB page to talk about about a little boy close to her, she never thought this would be the outcome.
Dance your way through 2018 with these life lessons
As we ease our way into 2018, we take a look at some of the best lessons that ballet can provide for your new year's resolutions.
Fake lawn: How to keep your garden green in the midst of Cape Town's drought
CapeTalk's Kieno Kammies looks at ways Capetonians can keep their yards green even with no water in our dams.
[LISTEN] Get a taste of the food trends for 2018
What can people expect in 2018 when it comes to all things food? Chef Lelo chats about eating healthy as a trend for the new year.
Cape fire services quell 61 vegetation fires in space of 12 hours
Vegetation fires have been spurred by the dry, hot and windy weather conditions, and are likely to continue.